Jeff Riihimaki

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Timing-related defects are among the most difficult types of defects to catch while testing software. They are by definition difficult to reproduce and hence difficult to debug. Not all components of a software system have timing-related defects. For example, either a parser can analyze an input or it cannot. However, systems that have concurrent threads(More)
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